Entropy has units of energy-per-temperature, e.g. $X$ joules per Kelvin. Can this be reduced to a simple English sentence that describes the relationship between those $X$ joules and 1 Kelvin?
For example, when we say that an object's velocity is 10 meters per second north, we mean,
At that instant, if you measure a small enough change in the object's position, and divide by the corresponding change in time, the ratio approaches 10 meters north per second.
In every other SI unit I've encountered that was a ratio of one thing to some other thing, it was always possible to write a sentence like that to connect them.
So, if a system's entropy is 10 joules per Kelvin, how would you complete this sentence:
If you _______________ small amount of energy, and _______________ small change in temperature, the ratio approaches 10 joules per Kelvin.
After all, heat capacity is also measured in joules per Kelvin, and that's much easier to understand: "5 joules per Kelvin means if you apply 5 joules of heat energy to the system you raise the temperature by 1 Kelvin." But I can't figure out a similar understanding of joules per Kelvin for entropy.